LONG ISLAND MEDIUM spread the wealth as it usually does in “Dog Eat Dog Summer” between Theresa Caputo’s family life and her readings. This week the Theresa and Larry Caputo 25th anniversary Memory Lane Tour continued and it was a delight.

In last night’s show they returned to where they met.

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The most popular dog breeds on Long Island include the Cavalier King Charles spaniel and Labrador retriever. See what other breeds made the American Kennel Club's ranking.

No. 10: Havanese

The havanese ranked No. 10, holding its spotBuy photo (Credit: Howard Schnapp)

The havanese ranked No. 10, holding its spot from 2013.

No. 9: Yorkshire terrier

The Yorkshire terrier ranked No. 9. In 2013,(Credit: AP / Seth Wenig)

The Yorkshire terrier ranked No.

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By Meagan McGinnes

Boston.com Staff

November 15, 2014 12:48 PM

It takes more than obedience and good breeding to become a service dog. At Guiding Eyes, a New York–based nonprofit that provides guide dogs free of charge to the visually impaired, the training takes years.

It begins at eight weeks, when the pups—specifically bred by Guiding Eyes—are paired with volunteers who teach them basic obedience and house manners.

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Merrick, NY (PRWEB) April 17, 2014

Spring is the perfect time to train a dog. The warmer weather means it’s easier to take dogs outside, giving pet owners the perfect opportunity to housebreak them. The Puppy Store is ready to provide all their customers with valuable information and help for training new puppies this spring.

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